Subic Bay begins enforcing curfew hours from 8 pm to 5 am
The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) began enforcing curfew hours within the free port zone on Saturday, March 21, as part of the Luzon-wide lockdown.
Under the curfew hours, no one is allowed to loiter or roam around Subic from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m., except for SBMA staff, night-shift workers, healthcare workers, first responders, law enforcers and those “traveling for health and humanitarian reasons,
SBMA chair and administrator Wilma “Amy” Eisma, in a social media announcement, said that “roaming, loitering, or staying in public or private establishments will be strictly prohibited during the curfew.”
Eisma also said SBMA would be issuing one quarantine pass per household or locator starting Monday.
“The pass is needed to buy food, medicines and other basic necessities as well as for emergencies. They will be distributed and delivered to all the houses and open businesses as soon as they are available,” Eisma said on her Facebook account.
The curfew will remain in effect “until lifted.” Violators will be apprehended, SBMA warned.
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